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Effect of Preheating and Fatiguing on Mechanical Properties of Bulk-fill and Conventional Composite Resin.

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Summary of "Effect of Preheating and Fatiguing on Mechanical Properties of Bulk-fill and Conventional Composite Resin."

Bulk-fill composite resins are increasingly used for direct restorations. Preheating high-viscosity versions of these composites has been advocated to increase flowability and adaptability. It is not known what changes preheating may cause on the mechanical properties of these composite resins. Moreover, the mechanical properties of these composites after mastication simulation is lacking.

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Name: Operative dentistry
ISSN: 1559-2863
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